Robert Reffkin, Compass CEO, discusses the state of the real estate industry and what technology they're bringing to the space.
Billions of dollars in new development is going up in some of the riskiest locations. Some developers are putting climate resilience front and center, while others are putting their projects and investors at risk.
Brent Handler, Inspirato founder and CEO, speaks about how his company helps people lease, manage and maintain their vacation homes as well as matching travelers to luxury homes.
James Quigley of Cushman & Wakefield says Australia has the "perfect conditions" to attract foreign interest in its commercial real estate market.
The station, which looms over Detroit's Corktown neighborhood, has stood empty since the last train left in 1988.
Ivy Zelman, Zelman and Associates CEO, breaks down which homebuilder stocks she recommends as demand persists for more housing inventory.
Robert Luna of Surevest Wealth Management says that while U.S. growth forecasts are strong, the gains may prove to be transitory as consumers load up on debt.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on how higher interest rates may be impacting housing prices.
Jeffery Harte, Sandler O'Neill bank analyst, discusses what continued rate hikes mean for the banking sector.
As retailers and malls struggle for survival, one vacant Macy's near Washington, DC, has become a homeless shelter, the New York Times reports.
According to court documents filed Wednesday in Virginia, another round of Toys R Us shops has been bid on.
Of the homes that sold in May, 27.6 percent went above their list price — another record, according to Redfin.
Zelman & Associates sent a report to its clients before the market open Wednesday on housing order trends.
Opendoor is now worth more than $2 billion after raising $325 million in its latest funding round.
Sit Investment Associates' Bryce Doty predicts 10-year Treasury yields could surge to 4 percent this year as the Fed raises interest rates.
Bill DeWitt, St. Louis Cardinals president talks about the Gateway Arch Park Foundation's public-private investment in a U.S. national park.
Volume was 15.4 percent lower than a year ago, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
Scott Nations of NationsShares says the case for hiking four times this year rests on signs of inflation outside of wages and consumer prices.
Homes are already becoming less affordable in the US and recent Trump tariffs on lumber imported from Canada have just added to the pain, the New York Times reports.
The respected ManpowerGroup survey follows disappointing manufacturing and trade data.